With the whole situation of the spread of coronavirus around the world, it has not been easy to keep Wrestling programs on the air. WWE has done its best to keep its ratings on a “stable” level, but this week only Raw and SmackDown survived because NXT was quite different from the usual.
Starting with Monday’s “Raw”, the show had an average audience of 2.34 million viewers, representing a small increase from 2.16 million the previous week. This was the average audience recorded every hour: 2.41 million in the first hour, 2.49 million in the second hour, and 2.11 million in the third hour.
As for Wednesday’S WWE NXT, which aired only a few videos, it recorded an audience of 542,000 viewers, a figure lower than it had recorded the previous week, which was 697,000 viewers. A number far from that registered this week by the competing program, AEW Dynamite.
Finally, Friday’s “SmackDown”, which took place again at the Performance Center, had an average audience of 2.56 million viewers, slightly below 2.59 million last week.